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ICT Presentation Authoring Using Master Slides (MS PowerPoint)


This blended learning unit outline on Presentation Authoring (MS PowerPoint Master Slides Usage) is one unit out of eight units in my 18 month ICT course. Students switch between learning lessons online and then creating a presentation using learned skills and an assigned lesson. In this unit, students will learn about designing a presentation using master slides. They will be introduced to a variety of skills, including text on slides, images, sound, video clips, importing charts from other software and much more. I have not made my own blended video lessons yet, but I am using great videos produced by other teachers at this time.  This unit uses Google Classroom for giving and receiving student work.

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Students can identify the need for consistency of presentation using Master Slide to set font styles, heading styles, and color schemes placing objects appropriately
Students can insert a new slide, when required, selecting the appropriate slide type for the purpose
Students can place text on the slides including: headings, subheadings, bulleted lists where appropriate
Students can apply consistent styles using available software tools & objects like: place appropriate images, sound, call out boxes, symbols, import charts from spreadsheet, etc.

Students can create consistent transitions between pages, animation facilities on text and images. Students can print presentation notes, and audience handout slides
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